April 20, 2023 | 6-8PM An intro poetry workshop where you get to play with language: evoke emotions, find connections, and create imagery. Intro to Poetry is a “no pressure” workshop open to ANYONE ages 18+ who wishes to become more engaged in writing. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and beverages (no red wine, […]
April 17, 2023. I sat down with friend and fellow writer Nicole Gulotta to talk about shame, self-forgiveness, and my writing process. Follow her podcast and you’ll be get notified when the interview is posted on April 17.
April 1-30, 2023 More than 60 poets who live in, or have ties to, Alamance County submitted their work for display in our downtowns – Elon, Burlington, Graham, Saxapahaw, and Mebane. Visit the Alamance County Public Library website for more information. [My poem is at Persnickety Books in downtown Burlington.]
My career path is anything but linear by choice. As I mentioned over the years, I thought about my paying vocation before transferring from community college to a four-year university. I was a single mother and held a lot of responsibility. But I was also dedicated to my art, and I knew if I pursued […]
I took the above photo inside La Sagrada Família, a bucket-list destination I visited with my grandmother and sister last May. When I first encountered architect Antoni Gaudí’s work, I liked the natural elements of his design–curves, color, and texture. No photo can capture the awe-inspiring atmosphere of being immersed inside light and sculpture, of […]
It’s apropos this post comes out today, the 1st of November, when I hoped to complete it one day earlier. I must have needed the help of Samhaim’s thin veils. My past and present, what I’m doing, and what I want to do–it’s all coming together in a way that is hard to articulate, except […]